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Ohio State announces networks and game times for six 2019 football contests



Four of the six are noon starts, including the first three games vs. FAU, at Indiana and vs. Cincinnati


COLUMBUS, Ohio – Television carriers and game times for six Ohio State Buckeye football games this season have been announced by the networks and the Big Ten Conference, including noon starts for the first three games of the season and the season finale at Michigan, and a 7:30 p.m. kickoff for the Oct. 5 homecoming game against Michigan State.


The network carrier breakdown is three games on FOX, one on FS1, one on ABC, and one to be broadcast on either ABC or ESPN.


The 130th season of Ohio State football will kick off Aug. 31 at Ohio Stadium against Florida Atlantic at noon. FOX will televise.


ABC will televise the in-state rivalry game Week 2 against a Cincinnati team that is coming off an 11-win season and is coached by Ohio State great and longtime Buckeye assistant, Luke Fickell. Start time is also set for noon.


Ohio State will be back on FOX Sept. 14 at Indiana (a noon kick) and also for the regular season finale Nov. 30 at Michigan with its traditional noon start time.


The Michigan State game will be televised on ABC/ESPN and start at 7:30 p.m.


Friday night lights

The first Friday night game for Ohio State since the Big Ten Conference’s decision in 2016 to begin playing some games on Friday night will take place Oct. 18 in Evanston, Ill., against Northwestern. FS1 will carry the game and it will start at 8:30 p.m. EDT (7:30 p.m. local time).


Additional start times will be released during the season in the six- and 12-day window protocol that has been typically used by the networks.

2019 Ohio State Schedule

All times EDT

Aug. 31 – Florida Atlantic –  Noon on FOX (Faculty & Staff and Alumni Band game)

Sept. 7 – Cincinnati – Noon on ABC (Hall of Fame game)

Sept. 14 – at Indiana – Noon on FOX

Sept. 21 – Miami (Ohio) – (Scarlet & Gray and Buckeyes Care game)

Sept. 28 – at Nebraska

Oct. 5 – Michigan State – 7:30 p.m. on ABC/ESPN (Homecoming game)

Oct. 12 – Off

Oct. 18 – at Northwestern – 8:30 p.m. on FS1

Oct. 26 – Wisconsin – (Buckeye Club game)

Nov. 2 – Off

Nov. 9 – Maryland (Military Appreciation game)

Nov. 16 – at Rutgers

Nov. 23 – Penn State (Senior Day)

Nov. 30 – at Michigan – Noon on FOX

Dec. 7 – Big Ten Championship Game






With Ohio State Men’s Hockey back on a national level, Steve Rohlik given contract extension




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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Steve Rohlik, back-to-back Big Ten Hockey Coach of the Year, has signed a contract extension with Ohio State, running through the 2023-24 season. Through his first six years at the helm of the program, he has led the squad to a Big Ten championship, three NCAA berths and a Frozen Four appearance.


“We appreciate Coach Rohlik and the leadership he brings to the program on and off the ice,” Shaun Richard, senior associate athletics director for sport administration at Ohio State, said. “He has executed the plan he laid out to elevate this program and the success academically and athletically over the past six years has shown that. We are looking ahead to his continued leadership within the hockey program as we strive to continue moving this program forward on a national level.”

Steve Rohlik


Rohlik, the 2018 and ’19 Big Ten Coach of the Year and a two-time AHCA National Coach of the Year finalist (including a runner-up finish in 2018), has compiled a 113-84-28 record, with three consecutive 20-win seasons. The Buckeyes won the 2019 Big Ten regular season title, the first B1G crown for the program and the team’s first regular season title since 1972.


Under Rohlik, the Buckeyes have been outstanding academically, combining as a team to post a grade-point average of above 3.0 throughout his tenure. He has had 39 players combine for 79 Academic All-Big Ten accolades and 46 accumulate 106 Ohio State Scholar-Athlete nods.


During his time, four Buckeyes have garnered All-America honors, two have won major conference awards, his players have compiled 14 First/Second Team All-Big Ten honors and seven have earned a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. Under his direction, two players have been Hobey Baker Award finalists and two garnered Mike Richter Award semifinalist mention. Not just standouts on the ice, Buckeyes have won the Derek Hines Unsung Hero award, been named a Hockey Humanitarian Award finalist and claimed Senior CLASS Award First Team All-America accolades.


The squad improved a spot in the Big Ten final standings each of the last four years, culminating with the conference regular season crown in 2018-19. The past season began with high expectations for the team, as it was selected first in the Big Ten preseason poll and started the year ranked in the Top 3 in the national polls, moving to No. 1 before the squad even played its first game. It was the first time Ohio State was atop a national poll since Fall 1983. The Buckeyes responded to the expectations, winning the B1G with a 13-7-4-3 record and a nine-point cushion in the final standings.


The Buckeyes have earned an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament each of the last three seasons, matching the feat first set by the program from 2003-05. In 2018, Ohio State was an NCAA Tournament No. 1 seed for the first time. That squad won the NCAA Midwest Regional, defeating defending national champion Denver in the regional final, to advance to the NCAA Frozen Four for the second time in program history and marking the first appearance in 20 years.


On the ice, the team led the NCAA on the power play in 2016-17 and on the penalty kill in 2017-18. The squad has ranked in the Top 10 nationally in scoring offense and in the Top 12 on the power play three of the last four years. The Buckeyes allowed just 2.07 goals a game in 2017-18, the best mark in program history.


Heading into 2019-20, the Buckeyes return 20 players from the Big Ten championship squad, looking to compete in the NCAA Tournament for a program-record fourth year in a row.





Ohio State pulls off shocker! Wins Big Ten Baseball Tournament as 7th seed



Ohio State claims 10th Big Ten tournament title in school history, earns automatic bid in NCAA Tournament


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OMAHA, Neb. – It was a magnificent Memorial Day Weekend for the boys. The Ohio State baseball team went on an unbelievable run, winning two games Sunday to claim the 2019 Big Ten Tournament title at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. The No. 7 seed Buckeyes became the lowest seed to win the tournament after defeating Minnesota, 8-6, in the semifinals Sunday morning before defeating Nebraska, 3-1, in the championship game in the afternoon in front of an electric pro-Husker crowd of 17,503 fans. It marked the second-largest crowd in Big Ten tournament history as well as the second-largest crowd this spring in all of college baseball. With their 10th tournament title in school history, the Buckeyes (35-25) earn an automatic bid into the 2019 NCAA Tournament. The NCAA selection show is set for Noon ET Monday. The one-hour program will be shown live on ESPNU.



Off short rest, sophomore left-handed pitcher Griffan Smith shined on the mound in the Buckeyes’ start in front of a hostile Nebraska crowd in Omaha. He worked 5.2 innings and limited the Nebraska bats to one run, unearned, on two hits, with four walks and six strikeouts to improve to 7-4 on the year. Smith fanned 16 in two starts in a

Griffan Smith starred on mound for Buckeyes

combined 12.2 innings pitched. Smith gave the ball to junior left-handed reliever Andrew Magno in the sixth and shut the door on the Huskers, recording his fourth save of the week to seal the title for the Scarlet and Gray. He finished with 3.1 scoreless innings on two hits, two walks and four strikeouts. Magno claimed an astonishing four saves on the week. Buckeye senior left fielder Brady Cherry gave the Scarlet and Gray an early 1-0 lead with a one-out single off Nebraska starting pitcher Matt Waldron to plate Dominic Canzone in the bottom of the first. Ohio State added a second run in the fourth when a call at a play at the plate was overturned. Husker catcher Luke Roskam missed the tag on a sliding Brent Todys at the dish. The play went in the scorebook as a sac fly by Erwin and the Buckeyes up two. Nebraska threatened to score in the seventh with two in scoring position vs. Magno. But Nick Erwin fielded a slow roller down the third base line and fired across the diamond to a stretched Conner Pohl to end the threat. The play was reviewed and stood as called on the field as an out. Pohl added an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth with a sac fly.



The Buckeyes jumped out to a seven-run lead and held off a late comeback by the Golden Gophers as Ohio State defeated Minnesota, 8-6, in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament Sunday morning. Ohio State scored four runs in the fourth, two in the fifth and two in the sixth. Dillon Dingler had a three-hit game with a stolen base and walk, while Brady Cherry launched a homer and also doubled with two RBI. On the mound off short rest, left-handed starting pitcher Seth Lonsway gave the Buckeyes five strong innings and limited the Gopher bats to one run on four hits with one walk and six strikeouts. Lonsway improved to 8-4. Left-handed reliever Andrew Magno claimed his third save of the season with 2.1 scoreless innings on one walk and one strikeout.



Andrew Magno was named the tournament’s most outstanding player he was joined on the Big Ten All-Tournament Team list with Seth Lonsway, Griffan Smith, Dillon Dingler, Brady Cherry and Dominic Canzone.




Ohio State Buckeyes win 2019 Big Ten Baseball Tournament




Buckeyes earn conference’s automatic berth to NCAA Tournament


OMAHA, Neb. – The seventh-seeded Ohio State baseball team won the 2019 Big Ten Tournament title after posting a 3-1 win over fifth-seeded Nebraska in the championship game Sunday at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The Buckeyes became the lowest seed to ever win the tournament.


Brady Cherry paced the Buckeyes going with three hits on four at bats, while Nick Erwin, Conner Pohl and Cherry had an RBI apiece. The Buckeyes claimed their 10th Big Ten Tournament title and their first since 2016.


Ohio State improves to 35-25 on the season and earns the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA Selection Show will air at noon ET Monday on ESPNU.


Ohio State’s Andrew Magno was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. Below is the 2019 Big Ten Baseball All-Tournament Team:


Most Outstanding Player: Andrew Magno, Ohio State

All-Tournament Team

P – Seth Lonsway, Ohio State

P – Andrew Magno, Ohio State

P – Griffan Smith, Ohio State

C – Dillon Dingler, Ohio State

1B – Maxwell Costes, Maryland

2B – Ako Thomas, Michigan

3B – Angelo Altavilla, Nebraska

SS – Spencer Schwellenbach, Nebraska

OF – Brady Cherry, Ohio State

OF – Dominic Canzone, Ohio State

OF – Jesse Franklin, Michigan

DH – Jordan Nwogu, Michigan




Flex Plans coming soon as Ohio State Football Season tickets go on sale next week for 2019





Limited number of four- and three-game packages – a first! – will be available in June


COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State Department of Athletics will offer a full season ticket package to the general public beginning Monday, May 13, and then in June will, for the first time, offer a trio of flexible ticketing options designed to make Ohio State football game days more accessible to more fans.


“We understand this new ticket marketplace and that fans want options,” Diana Sabau, deputy director of athletics, said. “We have inventory and we want to respond to the needs of Buckeye Nation. We realize it can be difficult to commit to a full season ticket, so we want to provide numerous ticket buying alternatives to make Ohio State games more accessible to more fans.”


Full season ticket packages for east side stadium seats will go on sale online Monday at, and then flexible, three- and four-game ticketing plans that won’t require a Buckeye Club membership will be available for purchase in June.


The new, flexible ticket plan options for the 2019 football season include the following:

Buckeye Flex Pass

§  100 percent digital plan with seat location sent to your mobile phone the Friday before the game

§  A unique seat location for each game, ensuring various viewpoints/experiences for the games

§  A limited number of four-game packages priced at $249

§  Includes Florida Atlantic, Miami, Michigan State and Maryland games

§  On sale June 17


Rush Plan

§  A unique seat location for each game

§  Customers will know seat locations prior to purchasing the plan

§  Full ticket management options (mobile entry, transfer to friends, post for sale on Ohio State TicketExchange)

§  Three-game packages priced at $327

§  Includes Miami, Maryland and Wisconsin games

§  On sale June 24


Blitz Plan

§  A unique seat location for each game

§  Customers will know seat locations prior to purchasing the plan

§  Full ticket management options (mobile entry, transfer to friends, post for sale on Ohio State TicketExchange)

§  Three-game packages priced at $297

§  Includes Florida Atlantic, Cincinnati and Michigan State games

§  On sale June 24


Single game tickets for the 2019 season will go on sale in July – exact date TBD – while supplies last.




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